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Easter Seals Iowa Assistive Technology Program
Services
Alternative Financial Loan Program has reduced interest loans available for purchase of assistive technology (AT) devices or services, including home modifications adapted vehicles.
Device Recycle and Reuse Services make used assistive technology devices available for free or at a lower cost.
Device Demonstration Services allow you to try a device before purchase. This can be in person or with a "virtual" demonstration using your computer.
Device Short Term Loan Programs allow you to borrow an AT device for a  short period of time before purchase to help make a decision, to use instead of purchase, or to use while your device is repaired.
Information and Assistance Services provide free information to individuals with disabilities, older persons, family members and service providers about available AT devices, services and funding resources.

Public Awareness Activities provide information about AT devices and services: publications, newsletters, conference exhibits and presentations, and articles.  

Training Activities are provided to consumers, family members, care providers and service providers on a wide range of AT topics.

Techincal assistance is provided to organizations and ageincies to increase access to AT devices and services through collaboration and policy changes.

Protection and Advocacy for Assistive Technology (PAAT) provides free legal advocacy to individuals with disabilities to help them acquire they AT devices that they need and are entitled to.
These programs and services are for Iowa residents. If you do not live in Iowa, please contact Iowa COMPASS to find your state's Assistive Technology Program at 800-779-2001.

The Easter Seals Iowa Assistive Technology Program is made possible through funding from the Center for Disabilities and Development at University of Iowa Health Care supported by the State AT Program grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the Administration for Community Living or HHS.

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